Research at Stanford University and the Center for Learning and Memory at MIT that began in the late 1990s led to a key discovery about how neuronal connections in our brain are maintained.
Scientists discovered a nutrient complex, called L-TAMS, that can control the number and strength of neuronal connections. Interestingly, the chemical components of L-TAMS are naturally present in our brain, but they decline as we age, contributing to age-related cognitive decline.
Scientists sought to determine whether supplementation with L-TAMS can replenish these lost brain nutrients to regrow and strengthen neuronal connections.
The results of L-TAMS studies have been published in top peer-reviewed medical and scientific journals.